Scholarship for Health Professional Students/Trainees of Taiwanese Heritage

Founded in 1984, the North American Taiwanese Medical Association (NATMA) is a professional organization comprised of Taiwanese American physicians, dentists and allied health professionals. It now consists of 16 regional chapters and over 1,400 members across the United States. NATMA’S mission is to represent medical, dental and other health professionals of Taiwanese descent, and to promote educational and cultural exchange among its members and their communities.

NATMA Foundation is offering a total of five (5) $1,000 scholarship grants to medical/dental/allied health students and residents or fellow-in-training of Taiwanese American descent to recognize their academic excellence and contributions to Taiwanese American community.

Medical, dental or allied health students, residents or fellows of Taiwanese American descent who are in good standing and under training at an accredited U.S. institution or program. Students must complete at least one year of graduate school study with available transcript.

Award Presentation: NATMA SC Chapter Annual Meeting (Recipients will receive partial token for travel expenses).
Location: Pacific Palms, One Industry Hills Parkway, Industry Hills, CA 91744
Date: Saturday, September 13, 2014

Application process
Complete and submit the following items:
1. Application Form with Photo Attached
2. Personal Statement (one page, single spaced)
3. College and Graduate School Transcript
4. Two (2) Letters of Reference

Please email your application package to the NATMA Foundation Scholarship Director at Also send your recommendation letters to Dr. Daniel C. Hsu @ 7923 Garden Grove Blvd., Garden Grove, CA 92841. All documents must be received by July 5, 2014

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